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Row 1: S Shott, C Myer III, R Cotton, R Elluru, D Brown, M Rutter
Row 2: E Arjmand, A DeAlarcon, J Willging, J Greinwald, D Choo, K Johnson
Kaalan Johnson, MD, joined the division this year and began working to establish a simulation and training program, which culminated this May when we held the 1st Annual Midwest Airway Course. The goal of this course was to prepare residents for the challenges inherent to performing rigid endoscopy. The course was well attended and received positive feedback. The department plans to make this course an annual event.
In the fall of 2011, a Festschrift honoring the career and accomplishments of Robin Cotton, MD, was held in Boston, Massachusetts. This two-day event brought experts from every field of pediatric otolaryngology together to lecture on current topics. The proceedings will be collected and published in a special fall 2012 supplement in the journal Laryngoscope.
The National Down Syndrome Congress awarded Sally Shott, MD, the Christian Pueschel Memorial Research Award. This award is given to an outstanding physician who improves the lives of children with Down syndrome through research and treatment of ear, nose and throat issues.
Dr. Cotton received The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's Daniel Drake Medal for his outstanding contributions to the field of Otolaryngology. The award, considered to be the highest honor bestowed by the College of Medicine, is given annually to honor distinguished living faculty and alumni.
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